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Emnu, new menu for KDE(proof of concept)


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Emnu, new menu for KDE(proof of concept)

Downloads:  884
Submitted:  Sep 23 2006


this is a proof of concept I finished at aKademy.

It is a new menu idea.

dnd any files to the startmenu.
dnd any desktop files(shortcut) to the startmenu.

drop quicklauncher and panel buttons.


this is a idea, some codes is toke from baghira sidebar and xkmenu.

dirty enough, just hack on kbutton.


the initial implementation for this idea.

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 by polrus on: Sep 23 2006
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dnd is good but xp-style sucks

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 Re: xp-like

 by cjacker on: Sep 23 2006
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it is not intend to be a xp style.

xp style is two panels.

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 kickoff menu

 by Elv13 on: Sep 23 2006
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take a look on novell kickoff menu

And it is really like XP, it is bad and unless, normal kmenu have all of these option

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 Re: kickoff menu

 by cjacker on: Sep 24 2006
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I know that.

but i think the applications menu of kickoff make things complex.

we can get benefit from popup menus, because when the mouse cursor stayed in a sub menu, we know where we come from(the parent item of the submenu), we also know where we will go (very easy to activate the sub-sub menu). also, it is very easy to jump to another submenus with popupmenu.

but in kickoff.....

so I made this, it is just a idea to prove something(I like submenu)

about gui design, it it very easy to change, just because I take some codes from xkmenu, so maybe it look like XPish.

xkmenu is as same as XP menu(crazy:-D).

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 by deabru on: Sep 24 2006
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Nice and simple, I like it :-)

deabru, bai... deabrunaiz
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 Really good!

 by Znurre on: Sep 24 2006
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I think this one is really good.
The design reminds a bit of the XPish startmenu, but this one is still tons better. I hate the "kickoff" mockup, because I prefer navigating in submenus, and this menu lets me do it :p With style!

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